K-pop


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K-pop

A shortening of "Korean pop," referring to pop music produced by artists from South Korea. BTS is one of the most famous K-pop bands.
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YouTube works particularly well in the promotion of K-pop because of the highly visual nature of K-pop performances.
On my slow journey towards K-pop indoctrination, I'm glad my favorite YouTuber Safiya Nygaard came out with 'I Got a K-Pop Makeover' video.
Woo departed from the K-Pop group two years ago and left his hosting position at Arirang's talk show 'After School Club' in 2018 to expand his solo career.
As a musical genre, K-pop relies a lot on its image as well and having a slim, fit body is the most common look.
The boy band called Super M will have established K-pop stars Taemin of SHINee and Kai and Baekhyun of EXO as its members.
The K-Pop World Festival is an annual global music and dance competition, which is organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Korea in collaboration with the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), one of Korea's leading television channels.
Pakistani fans and lovers of K-pop used the opportunity to showcase their talents.
The first of its kind event gave Pakistani fans and lovers of K-pop a chance to show their talent.
For those of you who don't know - K-Pop is a genre of pop music from South Korea.
It wasn't that long ago that fans of K-pop were seen as the odd ones out, but now they represent an increasingly large group of devotees across the globe.
Their stepping down marks the end of an era in K-pop.
Birmingham may be only just getting used to the K-pop invasion, but now they need to be ready for K-rock.
A 13-member all-male dance group emerged as the champion of the 2019 K-pop Cover Dance Festival Philippines.
The K-pop merchandise market is enjoying strong sales, led by BTS, which is sweeping global music charts in the US, UK and Japan.